Always recognized for innovative small displacement machines, Giovanni Moretti made the move from motorcycles and electric commercial vehicles to automobiles in 1946 immediately following the end of WWII. The company ethos of innovation and small displacement technical expertise remains intact as evidenced by the jewels-like components of the 750 model introduced in 1953. This 750 Grand sport exemplifies the unique qualities of Moretti's competition-bred vehicles. Records are limited, but its early life was spent in European (primarily Italian) club level road rally competition. Having languished for a number of years on the other side of the Atlantic, the car found its way to Australia and the care of a knowledgeable enthusiast. Old Timers Garage of Australia restored it to revive Giovanni's creation and Michelotti's coachwork to its original charm. Imported to the United States not long afterward, Automotive Restorations, Inc. of Stratford, Connecticut, saw to the final details and assisted with preparation. Rare, exceptionally capable and beautiful in a most miniature sense of the word, these innovative machines accounted for themselves very well in the competitive events of their era, and this car certainly did its share.